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Reflecting decades of litigating experience, this book is written by prominent federal judge and a nationally recognized computer specialist who is also a litigator and an electronic discovery expert. Written for lawyers and judges, this work makes highly technical concepts understandable, explains how software functions, discusses relevant recent cases, and helps you advise decision makers in cases involving software. The book begins with a detailed description of how hardware and software interact; explains how software functions on the Internet and the Cloud, as well as in mobile technology and forensics; discusses how software is being treated by the courts, focusing on important recent Supreme Court cases, such as Alice Corp and Limelight; is cited by 10th ed. of Black s Law Dictionary (for terms internet , software and algorithm ); provides valuable insights into how lawyers and judges can educate decision makers in cases involving software, including how best to use experts and their reports, white papers, and technical advisors; includes thousands of up-to-date technical and case citations to aid your research and features a handy glossary.
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Book Description LegalWorks, 2015. Condition: New. book. Seller Inventory # M0314640525